« Back to Finds Posted October 1st, 2010 by Ray

Item Found: Coin

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Metal Detector Used: Other (800-0284-LSP)


October 1st, 2010
     Hi all at White's,

I use the DFX300, it's a hard machine to get used to, but I have had a fantastic month with my DFX300 now that I have learned it at its best. I'm a member of a detecting forum called detectingwales.com. I have shocked the whole forum with what I have found in just one month. We have members all over Britton and people are now asking me what machine I am using. I have told them all I use the DFX300!

I have found these items in the last month:
RICHARD THE 1ST...SHORTCROSS.PENNY 1180-1189 known as Richard the Lionheart
EDWARD 111 GROAT 1327-1377
ELIZABETH 1ST HALF GROAT.1552-1554
ELIZABETH 1ST SIXPENCE.1577 is the date on the coin
EDWARD V11 GOLD HALF SOVEREIGN 1904 is the date on the coin
VICTORIA THREEPENCE.1843 is the date on the coin
GEORGE V SIXPENCE 1914 is the date on the coin
GEORGE V THREEPENCE 1932 is the date on the coin
GEORGE V ONE FLORIN 1929 is the date on the coin
GEORGE V1 SIXPENCE 1942 is the date on the coin

I have always recommended the White's to people in the past and how good you make these machines, as it's not my first White's detector. I will keep recommending your detectors because of what I have found with my DFX300 in such a short time (4 weeks).

Yours faithfully,

Ray (S. Wales)

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